|8/22/2013 4:43:00 AM|
School explains how they help troubled students
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A Foundation Board member from John de la Howe School in McCormick addressed members of the Greenwood Kiwanis Club at their August meeting. Mary Daniel Wyatt (right) of Greenville, a former Greenwood resident, said the 1,200 acre John de la Howe campus provides a safe place for children from across South Carolina in grades 6-12 to heal, grow and make lasting changes in their lives.
Shown speaking with Kiwanis President Bubba Fennell, Mrs. Wyatt said the school uses, among several evidence-based models, the Think:Kids program to help children who are experiencing behavior problems and their families learn how to resolve problems collaboratively. The school offers therapy to assist children suffering from abuse, neglect and other situations affecting their adaptive capacity.
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